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Old 04-16-2007, 08:16 AM   #1
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Ribs in the Friggin Rain

I hate cooking in the rain... but I had 3 cases of St. Louis ribs that had to be done Sunday or they weren't going to get done.


rubbed and ready for the smoker


in the %$#&* rain... I hate cooking in the rain... things got better when i moved the canopy over the smoker.


bottom rack just sauced and firming up


almost done... all 39 racks

I sure hope they are good.. cause I havent eaten any yet... Tonight for dinner we'll reheat some. These were all bagged and put in the freezer for sale... well.. all except 2 racks.
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Old 04-16-2007, 08:20 AM   #2
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That's a lot of ribs....I'll buy some...do you deliver?
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That's a lot of ribs....I'll buy some...do you deliver?
Not in the rain.
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That's a lot of ribs....I'll buy some...do you deliver?
Sure... don't forget.. I'll be at your place in 3 weeks... lets see.. ribs for payment for you keeping the kids while the wife and I go out. Gee thanks Cappie... you are a true friend. [smilie=a_goodjobson.gif]
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That's a lot of ribs....I'll buy some...do you deliver?
Sure... don't forget.. I'll be at your place in 3 weeks... lets see.. ribs for payment for you keeping the kids while the wife and I go out. Gee thanks Cappie... you are a true friend. [smilie=a_goodjobson.gif][/quote:mrgvooa2]

Cappy, do you travel ? We need a sitter friday night..
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That's a lot of ribs....I'll buy some...do you deliver?
Sure... don't forget.. I'll be at your place in 3 weeks... lets see.. ribs for payment for you keeping the kids while the wife and I go out. Gee thanks Cappie... you are a true friend. [smilie=a_goodjobson.gif][/quote:2t3lfr5l]

You trust me with your wife? Seems Bill and Larry haven't told you much about me!
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Those look great.
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[quote=Captain Morgan][quote="Gary in VA":1rj08jv7]
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That's a lot of ribs....I'll buy some...do you deliver?
Sure... don't forget.. I'll be at your place in 3 weeks... lets see.. ribs for payment for you keeping the kids while the wife and I go out. Gee thanks Cappie... you are a true friend. [smilie=a_goodjobson.gif][/quote:1rj08jv7]

You trust me with your wife? Seems Bill and Larry haven't told you much about me![/quote:1rj08jv7]

I said... babysit the Kids while the wife and I go out... 3 and 1 year old.. easy... you'll have no troubles
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Cappy doesn't like sharing toys!!

Good looking ribs Gary!!
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Ribs look great...even if they were cooked in the rain ........might want to think twice about your choice of sitter...he couldn't even stand upright for the one pod cast :P
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Rained all day yesterday. Today the wind is really blowing. My daughter got out of school early because the school loss power.

That ribs look great.
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I love cookin in the rain ribs look marvy send em to me
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Boy do I hope you can make bones look that good on Saturday. Hell, might even see if we cant get some rain if thats what it takes. Nice job amigo.
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Boy do I hope you can make bones look that good on Saturday. Hell, might even see if we cant get some rain if thats what it takes. Nice job amigo.
They will hopefully look much better than that on saturday!! Ribs are my art!
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Maybe you should be renamed Picasso ??

Those ribs were as pretty as a picture.
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Looks real good, even if you had to cook in the rain.
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Gary, those look great. How do you reheat them?
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Gary, those look great. How do you reheat them?
I bag em in foodsaver bags and boil in bag... or.. the two racks that I saved out to eat I just double wrapped in foil and we had em for dinner last night.. in the oven at 350 for about an hour. they was mmmmmm good. I was happy.
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